Summer In The City holds one of its camps at Jordanhill School
The company has been sold to English-based family chain Stevensons.
Proposals would see the building converted into 79 student digs.
The competition saw over 700 students participating across 16 different sporting disciplines including athletics, badminton, hockey and netball.
Girls For Notre Dame initially started as a small group of parents but has seen support grow in recent weeks.
In its first year, the venture has launched a Ninja school, girls only sessions, youth clubs and even a disability sport hub.
Everyone who enters has a chance to win two tickets to the game, a signed rugby ball and shirt, and a set of RHA wireless headphones.
When the last series aired on network BBC1 for the first time in 2016, a third of the population in Scotland tuned in to watch.
Competitors will be pushed to their limits in a true test of speed, strength, and resolve in an adventure race like no other.
Only two other restaurants in the city employ the position. It the first time the Finnieston restaurant has taken on a sommelier.